A history of later 20th-century decor, in a cottage at the Indiana Dunes.
UWM Alum Grabner’s major show at Inova launches the university’s Year of the Arts.
Hundreds of years before Columbus sailed, this chapel stood in Lyon. Since 1966, it’s stood in Milwaukee.
Michael Nolte transforms manicure scissors into metal flies, and then there’s the “Chainapede”…
Judith Ann again ponders lawn ornaments, high-brow and not-so-high-brow.
Judith Ann encounters William Golding’s classic, somehow missed in high school, and connects it to Irving’s “In One Person.”
Judith Ann loves sitting on and looking at her L. John Andrew sofa, made from metal washers.
At Vanguard Sculpture Services, they pour the bronze and industry meets art.
Judith Ann ponders kitsch and art and solves the Mystery of the Rocky Nest beneath Kilbourn Ave’s flying metal flock.
Why yes, we do inhabit a crazy modern world.